Earlier today we presented you the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe (F32) but we didn’t talk anything about the new M Sport Package as we wanted to save the goods for later. Now, here it is! As you can see, the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe with the M Sport package comes with a new aerodynamic package, which includes numerous body components.
The body kit consists of a new front apron with large air intake, side sills and a rear bumper with integrated air diffuser but also the Bmw Individual High-gloss Shadow Line trim. Moreover, exclusive optional exterior paint shade Estoril Blue metallic ensures an unmistakably sporty appearance and unbeatable road presence. 18-inch wheels are available as standard, while as an option Bmw offers 19-inch light-alloy wheels in hallmark M design.
Same sporty theme is continued at the interior, where we find M door sill finishers, an M leather steering wheel and an M driver’s footrest shape. Furthermore, Bmw offers Hexagon/Alcantara sports seats with M piping and royal blue contrast stitching. Technical features of this package include M Sport suspension and the optional M Sport brakes in contrasting blue paint finish.
As expected, the 2014 Bmw 4-Series with M Sport package can be ordered with the 3.0-liter six-cylinder in-line petrol engine (435i), the 2.0-liter four-cylinder petrol unit (428i), the 2.0-liter four-cylinder diesel unit (420d), but also with the 3.0-liter diesel engine (435d). Pricing for the 2014 Bmw 4-Series Coupe starts at $41,425.
The vibrant dimensions of the new BMW 4-Series Coupe are significantly different from the dimensions of the departing BMW 3-Series Coupe. Even though there is only an additional 26 mm to the car's length (4,638 mm), a 50-mm lengthier wheelbase (2,810 mm), and a roofline now running 16 mm lower than previously (1,362 mm), the focus remains to be its energetically stretched coupe shape.
These proportions blend with the BMW 4-Series Coupe's typical short overhangs, long hood, recessed passenger section, and continuous roofline to create a profile possessing flawless visual equilibrium. The sporting look of the BMW 4-Series Coupe is completed with the 43-mm broadening of the coupe's width (1,825 mm). This will be the first time that the rear wheel arches denote the vehicle's widest point - a distinct communication of vibrant meaning.
The resulting 45-mm wider front track (1,545 mm) and full 80 mm offers more width at the rear axle (1,593 mm) – even before the wheel is moved - further enhancing the already unmatched athletic traits for which BMW is famous.
The attention-grabbing front end comes with significantly sporty contours. Hallmark BMW front-end style features, such as double-kidney grilles and dual circular headlamps, classify the BMW 4-Series Coupe as a BMW without having to take a second look. It is irrefutably eager to display its tight-knit family connections with the BMW 3-Series.
Nevertheless, the BMW 4-Series Coupe illustrates a sportier method to its workings, underscoring its energetic intentions. The automobile's eye-catching front fascia is a display of crisp lines and faceted shapes. The optional head-turning fully LED dual headlights, with their hexagon designs, matches with the marginally forward-leaning BMW kidney grille that forms a single style unit and strengthens the sporty posture of the BMW 4-Series Coupe on the move.